Mesenchymal stem cells: A revolution in therapeutic strategies of age-related diseases

@article{Peng2013MesenchymalSC,
  title={Mesenchymal stem cells: A revolution in therapeutic strategies of age-related diseases},
  author={Yan Peng and Sha Huang and Biao Cheng and Xiaohu Nie and Jirigala Enhe and Chang-jiang Feng and Xiaobing Fu},
  journal={Ageing Research Reviews},
  year={2013},
  volume={12},
  pages={103-115}
}

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